Looking Forward to Bama-UT

Tim Tebow has seven schools remaining on his list, and he plans to fully evaluate each program before making a decision. Alabama is one of the programs remaining on the list, and the five-star quarterback will take an official visit to Tuscaloosa this weekend.

"I have my official visit to Alabama this weekend," said Tim Tebow. "I am going to the game with both my parents. I think Hunter (Haynes), and Charlie (Kirschman, Tide commit) are going to the game as well."

This is the second time Tebow has visited the Alabama campus this fall, and he has been more than impressed with the Tide's performance.

"I really like Alabama a lot," he said. "I like what they are doing right now. Alabama football is second to none. The coaching staff is great. I like Coach Shula and Coach Rader a lot. The fans are really great as well."

The U.S. Army All-American has another visit scheduled and said, "We are going to USC on December 3. That's the only other visit date I have set up. The schools still in the running are the three Florida schools, Alabama, Michigan, LSU and USC. Hopefully, after I visit a few of these schools I will be able to sit down and compare each program."

Three five-star recruits from the Sunshine State are hoping to play college ball together. They have built a special friendship and the college choice will reap benefits for several years.

"I have talked to Jarred Fayson and Jamar Hornsby a lot. We always talk about playing together. Jarred was suppose to come on an official visit this weekend, but he has to take the ACT," Tebow said.

Nease will travel to Lake City-Columbia Friday night for the District championship.

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